Source: Chef’s Resource
WiAnno (pronounced we-a’-no) is a quiet village on the south shore of Cape Cod named after the Native American chief of a local Wampanoag tribe.
WiAnno Oysters are sustainably harvested by hand in the clear, cold waters of Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound. Protected by an undeveloped barrier beach and an 8,000 acre marsh, the pristine nature of Cape Cod provides the perfect growing conditions for producing WiAnno Oysters. These waters produce oysters with a high salinity and clean flavor.
|Southern Cape Cod, Massachusetts|
|Flavor Profile:||WiAnno Oysters have firm, plump meats set in deep cups with a sweet flavor and high brininess.|
|Pack Size:||50 count|
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